Bloodshed in ‘new’ Libya continues


This video says about itself:

24 February 2015

Egypt on Tuesday rejected accusations of blame in the death of seven civilians killed in Libya last week when Cairo’s military bombed suspected Islamist militant targets after the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians. A report on Monday from Amnesty International in London said the Egyptian air force had “failed to take the necessary precautions” during the attack and had “joined the ranks of those placing civilians at risk in Libya“. Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Sunday, before the Amnesty report was released, that the air force had hit 13 targets selected after careful study and reconnaissance to avoid civilian casualties.

Talking about Nicolas Sarkozy, who tonight lost the confidence of his own right-wing French political party. Sarkozy also in 2011 started a bloody ‘regime change’ war in Libya; jointly with David Cameron of Britain, Hillary Clinton of the USA, and others.

Ever since that ‘humanitarian intervention’, bloodshed in NATO’s ‘new’ Libya continues.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

During battles between tribes in southern Libya since Thursday at least sixteen people have been killed.

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